The Bears couldn’t have enjoyed watching their new-look (again) offensive line give up nine sacks to the Bills Saturday night.
If the line continues to struggle, the Bears could look to free agency.
‘‘We would revisit it if we don’t like what we see,” G.M. Jerry Angelo told Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times.
Still, Angelo is trying to remain patient.
‘‘At some point, you have to let these young guys develop,’’ Angelo said. ‘‘You bring in [a veteran], and he takes reps away from Lance Louis.”
That sound you hear is Bears fans cheering at the idea. The Bears went hard after Steelers tackle Willie Colon in free agency, but couldn’t get him to sign. Guys like Max Starks, Bryant McKinnie, Nick Kaczur, and Flozell Adams are all available.
‘‘You can’t just continue to grab Band-Aids because the guys you have are unknown,” Angelo said.